Wednesday, December 3, 2014

KS Quail, Pheasant Hunting the Army Way at Fort Riley

by WIBW News Radio

Hunters have found that what’s good for Fort Riley is good for them.

The thick brush, rugged terrain and overgrown fields used to train soldiers also provide outstanding wildlife habitat for quail, pheasants, deer, turkeys and even elk.

The 101,000-acre Army base is located in northeast Kansas.  Hunting is permitted on large chunks of acreage on the base where training is not taking place.

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